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Below are articles and press releases written about TCBG research and development accomplishments that have appeared in popular press and web sites (for our conventional journal publications, please click here).

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Staff. (December 22, 2003). Metastasis - Unraveling a protein, researchers uncover mechanics of anticancer agent. NewsRx.com.

Barlow, J. (December 2, 2003). Unraveling a protein, researchers uncover mechanics of natural anti-cancer agent. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign News Bureau.

Staff. (November 17, 2003). InfiniCon Systems Demonstrates 10Gbps InfiniBand Cluster Running Award-Winning NAMD High Performance Computing Application at SC2003. Business Wire.

Staff. (October, 2003). Protein Border Guards. New Technology Allows Scientists to "Feel" Proteins. PSC In Progress.

Staff. (September 9, 2003). BioCoRE@ NCSA. NCSA Access.

Staff. (July 28, 2003). It's Academic: Microsoft Research Collaboration Projects Fuel Technology Innovation at Universities. Microsoft Presspass.

Kloeppel, J. E. (July 10, 2003). Barrel structure in globular proteins may transport small molecules. UIUC News Bureau.

UIUC Webmasters. (April 9, 2003). 2003 Cool Site Awards - People's Choice Award.

Adler, T. (March 10, 2003). Collaboratories Sharing Resources to Solve Complex Problems. National Center for Research Resources.

Staff. (March, 2003). Increasingly Broad Application Mix for Life and Chemical Scientists Now Available for the SGI Altix 3000 Family of Servers and Superclusters. Scalability and 64-Bit Performance Drive the Future for Life and Materials Science Research. Silicon Graphics Incorporated press release.

Kloeppel, J. E. (February 24, 2003). Metal ions may play a big role in how we sense smells. UIUC News Bureau.

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